Musical Truckin Dog Adoption Program gets to save four dogs from the Redlands Shelter because of the work of three young ladies who volunteer for this animal services organization. Angelic O'Dowling phoned me saying there were four animals that she had grown to love that were to be put down this week and she wondered if we could take these dogs in our program and save the dogs' lives. The young lady went on to say that she and her two friends, Lisa and Amber, also volunteers, were even willing to pay the costs to get the dogs spayed and so the process began.
But if the dogs were brought to our show and not adopted we could not foster these dogs. The officer in charge of Redlands Shelter made a quick decision and told the girls that they could, under these circumstances, bring the dogs back to the shelter should the dogs not be adopted by a trucker at the event. We want to thank this man for this generous consideration which allowed us to at least see if we can get the dogs a home so dogs are getting hope.
I want to share that these four dogs that are now being saved because of the love surrounding them. Ramona Animal Shelter brings dogs every Tuesday to our show and we watch these truckers take into their arms these helpless dogs giving the dogs a whole new world. Every time a man or woman adopt one of the dogs at our program and they walk off to go to their truck it seems the dogs bounce instead of walking. I get chills when I think how lucky we are to be able to bring the dogs to my show and find new homes. I thank every person involved in this process for it takes many to make it happen.
I am getting many calls from individuals also who need a home for their animal and we are also helping them. Many of these dogs have been found abused and in bad shape but the people have absolutely no way to keep the dog. So, it feels good to help these folks.
Anyway, we will let you know who adopts these fine critters coming to our show this Sunday, and well we thank these young ladies for their efforts, including they have personally bought pretty collars, and scarves for the dogs, and have made a welcome kit for the trucker who will adopt each dog. The world is good.